Da Nova à Velha Inglaterra: circulação de impressos profético-políticos entre a colônia e a metrópole no século XVII

Verônica Calsoni Lima

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Nesse artigo, abordamos o intercâmbio de ideias e textos profético-políticos entre a Nova e a Velha Inglaterra no século XVII. Para isso, focamo-nos nas relações estabelecidas entre dois protestantes ingleses, que migraram para a América nos anos 1630, John Cotton e William Aspinwall; e dois livreiros londrinos, Hannah Allen e Livewell Chapman. Cotton e Aspinwall participaram ativamente das discussões coloniais a respeito da conformação do governo civil. Suas reflexões circularam na América e na metrópole, entre os anos 1640 e 1650, graças às publicações de Allen e Chapman. Procuramos analisar como os textos elaborados no contexto colonial foram impressos e disseminados na metrópole, onde foram adaptados aos debates político-religiosos que ocorriam na Inglaterra seiscentista.


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Circulação de textos; América inglesa; Revolução inglesa; Profetismo político

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